I just recently switched over to a V3r since I dropped my V3 in water. I was locked to T-Mobile. I unlocked it just fine and it now recognizes my Cingular Sim. But when I try to make a call, all I get is static on both ends of the line. It never did this with my old V3. I tried flashing a couple different MP on it, but nothing has fixed it.
Is it a hardware problem? Any help is greatly appreciated.
I have the same problem if i use speaker phone...regular speaker is fine, but on speaker phone is really fuzzy sometimes, and sometimes fine..i don't use speaker that often so i haven't messed with it, but it would be nice to know what was wrong
Didn't work. The volume button on the side will control the volume up and down, but it has no effect on the static. It is there even if the volume is at the lowest level. When I try speakerphone, I can't hear anything. It just kinda hums...
It sounds like a physical defect on the phone... call T-mobile and tell them about the issue. Don't say anything about MP's or modding. They will most likely replace the unit for you free of charge. Call on a different phone than the one with the speaker issue so they can trouble shoot with you on the line. They will also want to confirm that your water damage sticker is still white before they will initiate the replacement process.
That makes it kind of sticky... did you purchase it from Tmobile? I'm not sure about cross platform with different carriers.... If it is still under warranty you might be able to get it replaced by Moto....
Thank you Big Daddy! Don't bother PMing me I won't reply not because I don't care. I am just not available.
No, I did not get it from T-Mobile. I purchased it from a guy I know in another state. He won it through a promotion with T-Mobile. I got it unlocked to use with my cingular plan. Its brand new, so I don't know if a wire came loose on the speaker in shipping or what?
Any idea how I would go about getting in contact with Moto about warranty? Won't they ask how I bought it and all? I mean, I don't have a receipt or anything...
Last edited by Zef_66; 05-04-2007 at 11:31 AM.
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hey you can contact Motorola and they will try to fix it for you if its under the one year warranty. Which I believe yours is still under. You can go here: http://direct.motorola.com/hellomoto...cell_phone.asp
And fill out the form. After that you basically just have to mail in the phone and they will fix it. Just make sure your phone isn't damaged ( physical damage) or else they will mail it right back the next day. oh, you should put the T-Mobile Mp back on the phone just in case to be safe.